Chaos in Washington: Trump himself angered his supporters with two scathing speeches
Steph Deschamps / January 7, 2021
President Donald Trump himself urged his supporters to march on Capitol Hill. Before admitting his defeat this morning, he had made two speeches yesterday that were likely to stir up anger.
Outgoing President Donald Trump arrived at his podium outside the White House in Washington yesterday afternoon to deliver a speech. In just over an hour, he will transform into a chief arsonist firefighter.
The American billionaire begins with his tireless speech about fraudulent elections. All of us here don't want to see our electoral victory stolen by bold Democrats from this radical left because that's what they are doing and stolen by pseudo media because that's what they did and they are. doing. We will never give up, we will never give in, he hammers in front of a crowd of supporters.
Then there is the call that will lead to insurgency. You can never regain control of your country by being weak. You must be strong. Let's walk down Pennsylvania Avenue. Thank you. God bless you, says the outgoing president. And so Trump supporters marched to Capitol Hill. As requested by their president, they have shown themselves to be strong.
For his part, Donald Trump watched all this from the White House. Of course, he tweeted calling for you to stay calm while recalling that the election was rigged. Finally, the billionaire posted a video online: It was a fraudulent election but we cannot play the game of these individuals. We must have peace. Go home. We love you. You are exceptional. You have seen what is going on, you have seen the way we treat other people who are so bad and mean. I understand how you feel but go home, in peace.
Extinguish the fire while stoking the flames. The presidential intervention was also removed from social networks. Twitter even blocked the account of America's most powerful man.